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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Four: Notes of the Poverty of Student Life
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The ABC of Anarchism written by Alexander Berkman. Chapter 7 of 14: Why Revolution?
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A Swarm of Butterflies: A Fierce Defense of Chaos in Direct Action is a short but important essay on differences in tactics during direct actions or mobilizations.
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 11: -This Is Folk Anarchy!
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 12: FINAL PART -Love Letter from Geneva -Afterword
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 4: -Butterflies, Dead Dukes the Gypsy Wheel and The Ministry of Strangeness -Clique, Cell or Affinity Group? -Pride, Purity, and Projects -At the Doorstep of Anarchist Community -You Cant Blow Up A Social Ecologist -Our Campaign Is LIFE
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A great essay written by the Italian anarchist Alfredo M. Bonanno in 1977. Armed Joy compares his anarcho-insurrectionist comrades in Italy fighting the oppression imposed by the self-proclaimed revolutionaries of the time; to our own opportunity today to join together in joyful destruction and tear down each and every wall that oppresses and regulates ourselves and our world. After it was published the Italian supreme court ordered for this book to be burned, and Alfredo Bonanno was sentenced...
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A great essay written by the Italian anarchist Alfredo M. Bonanno in 1977. Armed Joy compares his anarcho-insurrectionist comrades in Italy fighting the oppression imposed by the self-proclaimed revolutionaries of the time; to our own opportunity today to join together in joyful destruction and tear down each and every wall that oppresses and regulates ourselves and our world. After it was published the Italian supreme court ordered for this book to be burned, and Alfredo Bonanno was sentenced...
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Here is an audio reading of a number of questions asked by North American anarchists to Greek anarchists after and related to the December 2008 insurrection in Greece. The answers come from several groups of anarchists and revolutionaries in Athens, Greece who (while squatting by the thousands in university buildings, businesses, banks and supermarkets) sparked what became the Greek Insurrection of 2008.
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Madge and Pansy is a short story written by Carrot Quinn and printed in issue 8 of Rolling Thunder, a Crimethinc publication. This is part 1 of 2.
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A poem written by a domestic-violence survivor currently wrongfully imprisoned in Texas.
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When there are two different strategies for revolution, many of us do not see this as two paths for different groups of people to walk, taking their own while also trying to understand the path of the Other, but as evidence that somebody must be Wrong (and it is almost certainly the Other). An extraordinary essay on the differences between insurrectionary anarchists and organizational anarchists (anarcho-communists, syndicalists, etc.) and why both groups MUST work with each other because they...
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A letter written by Reggie Price, a prisoner at South Bay House of Corrections in Boston to a pen-pal via the Boston Anarchist Black Cross. This joint was responsible for the death of yet another person after Reggie wrote it.
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Nine.
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Seven
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. This is Chapter Two
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An essay on the principles of anarchism written by Lucy Parsons.
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Security Culture A chapter out of Crimethincs Recipes For Disaster: An Anarchist Cookbook. But what about infiltrators and informers? a comrade asked long ago at his first major mobilization. Well have them peel potatoes, was the casual reply from an experienced organizer.
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Five, " The natural enemy of the working class" explains the role of the police in suppressing organized labor and supporting employers in labor disputes with historical examples. Part 1 of 2
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Kristian Williams' book "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Part 2 of Chapter One: "Police brutality in theory and practice", It explores the history of police brutality and our cultural understanding of it.
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The Coming Insurrection is an extraordinary text written anonymously by An Imaginary Collective. After its publication in December 2008, nine anarchist comrades from Tarnac, France were accused of being the authors of this text and were charged with criminal association for the purposes of terrorist activity, which subsequently led to their arrest and imprisonment. (The group is known as the Tarnac 9)
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Two: The History of Schooling
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White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack is an essay written by Petty McIntosh about what it means and what it looks like when one benefits from white privilege. It is a self-conscious examination of unearned advantage in society from the perspective of a white person.
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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An essay critiquing democracy and hierarchical systems of power. Discusses the alternatives to democracy in any form (including direct-democracy) and how to rid your communities of politics.
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 10: -The Inefficient Utopia OR How Consensus Will Change the World
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The ABC of Anarchism, written by Alexander Berkman. Chapter 3 of 14: What Is Anarchism?
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Alexander Berkmans ABC of Anarchism Chapter 14: Defense of the Revolution
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A Message to Anarchist Men (and then some) is an essay written by Molly Tugg.
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Chapter One Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927.
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An essay on empire written by Rob los Ricos, stolen from the Anarchist Library.
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is Part one of Chapter 6
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An incredible book full of both sound reasoning and hysterical rantings written by the well-known anarchist author Alfredo M. Bonanno while he was imprisoned in the late 1990s. Locked Up is about his experiences in prisons, including a long discussion on the future of prisons and future deviants and criminals, and a serious critique of the prison abolition movement in relation to anarchy and its goals. This is a book that is definitely worth listening to!
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A short essay on voting versus direct action.
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An essay entitled, Democracy and Anarchy written in 1924 by Errico Malatesta.
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but obedient workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the poverty of student life. Chapter Three: Theories of Schooling
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This is a short feminist poem entitled RAW, written by Nicki Clarke.
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A letter on Surveillance and Domestication by John Connor.
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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A powerful poem by Voltairine de Cleyre on gods, the state and the people.
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This is an essay written by Jo Freeman during the 1970s concerning the quest for a structureless womyns liberation movement and at the same time critiquing the structures that occur (seemingly from out of nowhere) within groups.
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The god Pestilence was written by Johann Most.
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Anonymously written, "Toward the Destruction of Schooling" is an intelligent critique of modern schooling and it's role in society as a machine that produces, not free thinkers, but workers. Topics include the history of schooling and the âpoverty of student life.â This is Chapter One: The Role of Schooling in Society
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The ABC of Anarchism, written by Alexander Berkman. Chapter 9 of 14: Preparation
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 7: -To Sir, With a Grenade: In Praise of Mutiny
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 8: -The End Of Arrogance
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Three
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Two, "The origins of American policing", explores what it means to be a modern police force and details history of police forces and their predecessors from Europe and the US. Part 2 of 2.
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Three, "The genesis of a policed society", describes the history behind police as a tool in the hands of politicians, and gives examples of historical police forces involved in corruption such as voter fraud. Part 2 of 2
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Five, " The natural enemy of the working class" explains the role of the police in suppressing organized labor and supporting employers in labor disputes with historical examples. Part 2 of 2
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people.
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Pieces of My Heart is a short poem written by Trina Pickard who is currently being held in the Boston South Bay House of Correction.
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An essay on marriage by Voltairine de Cleyre
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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Michelle Alexander argues that mass incarceration of people of color in the US constitutes the newest structure of racialized social control, replacing slavery and Jim Crow to create an African American undercaste. She argues that the vastly disproportionate imprisonment (and the resultant disenfranchisement and exclusion from numerous aspects of mainstream society such as education and employment) of African Americans constitutes the single most important impediment to equality and civil...
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The Coming Insurrection is an extraordinary text written anonymously by An Imaginary Collective. After its publication in December 2008, nine anarchist comrades from Tarnac, France were accused of being the authors of this text and were charged with criminal association for the purposes of terrorist activity, which subsequently led to their arrest and imprisonment. (The group is known as the Tarnac 9)
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A review of the discussion of the relationship between anarchism and the Palestinian/Israeli struggle by Uri Gordon, an Israeli anarchist, in his book "Anarchy Alive!", including a response to his attack on the views and possible solutions of the author, Wayne Price.
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Alexander Berkmans ABC of Anarchism Chapter 10: Organization of Labor for the Social Revolution
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A interesting essay written by the Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project on the origins of the G20, the history of the IMF and the cause of the economic crisis.
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 9: -The DIY Metropolis: Anarchist Models of the City
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Why another book about anarchism? Dinosaurs! We of the Curious George Brigade have written this book purposely not as yet another manifesto, or as a boring book of dead anarchist history. In fact, we wrote this book to be a breath of fresh air, a testament to living anarchy. We declare on the first page to forget the Spanish Civil War and continue our attack on tradition, anarchist or otherwise, from on full-throttle from there. Anarchy, at least in the pages of books, is suffering from far too...
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Anarchy In the Age of Dinosaurs Part 3: Beyond Duty and Joy This is a VERY interesting chapter as it relates to the different motivations behind our anarchist comrades actions and effort as well as our own. It discusses how differences in motivations can make or break our connections and our work, and how to delicately balance motivations based on Duty, and motivations based on Joy for the most effective and healthy outcome.
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Madge and Pansy is a short story written by Carrot Quinn and printed in issue 8 of Rolling Thunder, a Crimethinc publication. This is part 2 of 2.
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This is an essay on the topic of direct action, its uses, history, and the advantages over indirect action (aka political action) written by Voltairine de Cleyre.
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Four
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Ten
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Six
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. This is the introduction to the book.
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Anarchist, feminist, labor agitator, advocate for sexual freedom and birth control, fiery speaker and prolific writer, Emma Goldman was finally deported from the U.S. for her anti-militarist stances. Her classic autobiography was published in 1930 and recounts her personal and political life in Europe and North America from early childhood through 1927. Chapter Eight
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An interesting essay on the fight against Huntington Life Sciences by SHAC. Defines and details the SHAC model; where it came from, how well it works, what it works particularly well for, other campaigns currently using it, and its victory and the eventual tragedy leading to the imprisonment of the SHAC 6.
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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Homage to Catalonia is political journalist and novelist George Orwell's personal account of his experiences and observations in the Spanish Civil War
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"In Gaza Like Elsewhere" is the text taken from posters found on the walls of numerous cities in France and Belgium in January of 2009. Stolen from the anarchist library. (http://theanarchistlibrary.org/ )
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How to Piss off Authority in Eight Easy Steps is a short essay written for young people who are desperate to find something more than just what capitalism and hierarchy have planned for them, but are not sure where to look. Written by James Hutchings and stolen from the Anarchist Library.
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An essay written by Lucy Parsons (originally a letter to the editor) on capital and labor.
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'The Problem with Infoshops and Insurrection: US Anarchism, Movement Building and the Racial Order' was written by Joel Olson. Joel Olson argues that the anarchist movement in the US has failed to recognize the central importance of white supremacy in shaping American capitalism, ignoring anarchist struggles of peoples of color in US history; it has also failed in movement building in favor of the more fragmented tactics of covert direct action and autonomous spaces.
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter Four, "Cops and Klan, hand in hand", explains the role of the police as a tool to prop up white supremacy, from slave patrols, to enforcement of white supremacist laws, to racial profiling.  It provides historical...
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. This is chapter 6, part 2
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Kristian Williams' book, "Our Enemies In Blue: Police and Power in America" explores the history of policing including its roots in slave patrols and its evolution in the post-slavery US as a tool for controlling people of color and working people. Chapter 9, part 2
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An essay entitled Revolution In Practice written by Errico Malatesta.
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An essay entitled What Anarchy Means written by Lucy Parsons.
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no shit, KYR poster for abc
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Alexander Berkman wrote ABC of Anarchism Chapter 11: Principles and Practice
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An essay entitled Anarcho-Syndicalism written by Errico Malatesta. Also included are 2 letters written to the editor of El Productor an anarchist magazine published in Barcelona. The intermingling of labor and anarchy is discussed, as well as what anarchists within labor organizations should work towards.
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